ANOTHER SES BUILT
In February 2015, PESCO BEAM shipped out another Solvent Extraction
System to New Hampshire, U.S.A., for the purpose of polishing the
base oil that the client is producing from the re-refinery supplied
by PESCO BEAM.
JEFFKO SKID MOUNTED SYSTEM
In April 2016, PESCO BEAM dispatched a Skid-mounted Distillation
System for a client in Panama.
SLUDGE DRYING SYSTEM
A skid-mounted system to dry sludge and recover from it commercially
useful products was designed, engineered, manufactured and supplied
by PESCO BEAM and shipped out in June 2016. The system is being
successfully operated by the client in Ireland.
PESCO BEAM designed and built a Dehydration and Condenser System
in record time for a client in Malaysia. The system was shipped
out in September 2016. The cycle time of the project was 3 months!!
LARGEST RE-REFINERY BUILT TO DATE
PESCO BEAM has just shipped out the largest Used Lube Oil Re-refining
System it has manufactured till date! The system, which has an input
feed capacity of 8500 litres per hour of used lube oil, has been
dispatched to Picton, Western Australia to a client there, as part
of an expansion to his existing re-refinery which has also been
supplied by PESCO BEAM.
HOT OFF THE PRESS: PESCO BEAM FEATURED
AS ONE OF THE LEADERS IN THE INDUSTRY
In a brand new book by Douglass I. Exall and James Speight entitled:
“Your Essential Reference on Recycling and Refining Used Lubricating
Oils” which is about all aspects of Used Lube Oil Re-refining,
PESCO BEAM is prominently featured as one of the leaders in this
industry. The book contains details on the following topics:
- Reviews most proposed and implemented modern processes for
refining used lubricating oils;
- Discusses an economic and life cycle assessment framework for
evaluating competing processes and provides a spreadsheet tool
for economic comparisons;
- Includes extensive information on the additives and contaminants
likely to be found in the used oils.
The book gives readers the knowledge to assess the feasibility
of recycling methods to determine attractiveness and economic viability
of used lubricating oil recycling programs.
The link to the book is: Refining
Used Lubricating Oils
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